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On Friday morning, Coulson walked out of Hollesley Bay Prison in Suffolk, but did not speak to reporters. The scandal caused
Nick Davies, author of Hack Attack, an inside look at the News of The World phone-hacking scandal, joined HuffPost Live on
The phones of Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth's grandson, and Kate Middleton, the wife of his elder brother Prince William, were hacked by staff working for Rupert Murdoch's defunct News of the World tabloid, it was revealed in a London court on Thursday.
Prosecutor Andrew Edis told the Old Bailey that messages from William left on Kate's mobile phone, including one in which
LONDON, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Three former senior journalists from Rupert Murdoch's British tabloid the News of the World have
When Rusbridger felt frustration and self-doubt -- which was nearly all the time -- he found it helpful to think of people
Margaret Thatcher didn't listen, because to have listened might have diminished her absolute conviction she was right, as well as her determination to change radically the way Britain did business, regardless of the social fall-out. But her inability to listen would be her undoing.
Prime Minister David Cameron is pushing for a form of self-regulation, while the opposition and his Liberal Democrat coalition
While Rebekah Brooks, together with her fellow ex-News of the World editor Andrew Colson are looking at potential prison time, yet another member of the ex-News of the World editor's club is doing just fine.
Rupert Murdoch is almost certainly the most powerful person in the most influential business on earth. And yet he is treated as a kind of innocent bystander to the criminal activity allegedly undertaken in his name.
Colin Myler's first half-year at the helm of the Daily News has seemed, from the outside, relatively subdued. Read more on
Looks like Jude Law, Sienna Miller and Hugh Grant now have some high-profile company. Read more on E! Online
Rupert Murdoch has said for the first time that he now agrees with the high court judge who found that the News of the World
And even after all of that, there has been no rest in the scandal. It moves forward relentlessly. Events on Wednesday were
Some 50 people have since been arrested, including many senior figures from the News of the World and News International
Since then, though, the Sun on Sunday has been unable to match the heights scaled by the News of the World, suggesting that
Murdoch's name is now synonymous with a perversion of the journalistic ideal, an incarnation of the profession obsessed with information at any cost and unfettered by the constraints of law, propriety and a commitment to discovering the truth legitimately.
Concluding his questioning on the July 10 episode, Jay asked Murdoch why his instinctive response when a microphone was thrust
But that could change if Mark Lewis, the British lawyer who has represented several phone hacking victims in the U.K. and